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My dream for Nigeria, by Olivia Agbajoh

LAWYER, politician and mother, Olivia Tagbajumi Agbajoh turned 65 on Wednesday. An Honourable in the House of Representatives in the Second republic, she represented the Warri Federal constituency.

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Kemi Lala Akindoju

My parents are my strongest supporters — Kemi Lala Akindoju,winner, Trailblazer, AMVCA 2016

Kemi Lala Akindoju is a seasoned actress with 11 years of experience under her belt. In the 2016 AfricaMagic Viewers, Choice Awards, Lala, as she is popularly called, won the Trailblazer award, a category which comes with a car gift. In her excitement, Lala chronicles how she began her journey from her first professional job ‘All I want for Christmas’ on stage to her foray into movie making and what the future holds for her in the industry.

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One of the suspect, Garba

When the father is the rapist!

Why would a father rape his own child? Why would an uncle rape his niece? Is it true that when a man marries a woman who already has a teenage girl, he is actually targeting the teenage girl? According to rape survivors, the worst form of abuse that any woman can deal with is rape. If not properly and professionally handled, the survivor becomes psychologically traumatized, at times suicidal. Where the perpetrator is a family member, someone trusted, with an obligation to protect and care for the survivor, it becomes even more traumatic.

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Dolapo Badmus

Rape cases are not treated with kid gloves at the Police command – Lagos state PPRO, Dolapo

DOLAPO Opeyemi Badmos, is a Superintendent of Police (SP) and the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of Lagos State Police Command, since she joined the Force on 15 August, 2002, as an Assistant Superintendent of Police (Course 21 batch) and trained at Police Academy, Wudil, Kano, the graduate of Accounting who also holds a post-graduate degree in Public Administration has served in various capacity.

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Furo Ken-Giami

How real estate bizwoman, Furo Giami, is redefining ‘women empowerment’

When you think women empowerment, you naturally think economic and political emancipation with little or emphasis on ‘formal education’. Mrs Furo Giami, a real estate practitioner and an unapologetic advocate for women empowerment, however firmly believes holistic empowerment, even for the least woman, will be impossible without formal education. The Founder of Centre for Economic & Leadership Development, an organization inspiring women across different continents, including America, Asia and Africa, speaks on the vision behind her forthcoming Nigeria Power Women Conference billed to hold in Abuja later this month; and more in this interview with Woman’s Own.

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